Changeset 25017 in main


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04/11/22 13:46:02 (4 months ago)
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LoisHaggard_STG
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NM mmepht-content - xml/html_content/about/OurStory.xml

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    4545                                </p>
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    47                                 <h4>Brian Woods</h4>
    48                                 <p>
    49                                         Leading our large epidemiological projects, Brian Woods is one of our Advanced Epidemiologists. His areas of specialty include:  advanced data analyses for policy evaluation analyses (time-series, survival analyses, multivariate models); data linkages; developing and maintaining data sets; producing epidemiological analyses data products; and programming interactive health and environmental data query modules on NMTracking.org. His EPHT related published works include research in the area of evaluation of heat vulnerability index, outcomes associated with smoke exposure, and heat related morbidity in New Mexico. Woods has an interdisciplinary degree in Cultural Ecology.
    50                                 </p>
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    5248                                <h4>Chelsea Eastman Langer</h4>
    5349                                <p>
    5450                                        As an Advanced Epidemiologist, Chelsea Langer supports database development and maintenance for tracking core environmental health measures on the state and national Tracking networks. She conducts sub-county level and other epidemiologic and exploratory analyses of datasets. Her publications include research on the respiratory health of dairy workers, heat-related illness in agricultural workers, and potential associations between brain tumor risk and electromagnetic fields. She holds a PhD in Epidemiology and Master of Public Health.
     51                                </p>
     52                               
     53                                <h4>Brian Woods</h4>
     54                                <p>
     55                                        Brian Woods is one of our Advanced Epidemiologists leading many of our large technical, ecological and epidemiological projects. His areas of specialty include: developing and programming interactive health and environmental data queries on NMTracking.org; developing and maintaining data sets (notably, the Emergency Department data playing many roles over 15 years); data linkages (probabilistic personal linkages across data sets like traumatic Brain Injuries and motor vehicle crashes, Medicaid paid Births, geospatial-temporal like heat related illness morbidity and temperatures; producing epidemiological analyses data products like forecasting HRI morbidity into 2030 given climate changes; and advanced data analyses for policy evaluation analyses (time-series, survival analyses, multivariate models). His EPHT related published works include research in the area of evaluation of heat vulnerability index, outcomes associated with smoke exposure, and heat related morbidity in New Mexico. Brian Woods was the first President of Students to Save Our Environment in Los Alamos High School in 1970.Woods has an interdisciplinary degree in Cultural Ecology - BAS in Anthropology and Ecology from UNM.
    5556                                </p>
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